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There were a lot of people at Gamescom this year, but in case you happened to miss it, here's a second shot to check out the demo of Remember Me that Dontnod Entertainment brought to the show.
Get a closer look at how Nilin will navigate through Remember Me's sci-fi world as well as the game's combat in the following video:
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looks alright... combat like batman, and she even has a kinesis tool like Isaac from Dead Space
Impressive, loved the seamless transitions from cutscenes to action. The visuals could use some work though, especially on the close ups of faces, but I know that its a ways away from release. All in all, quite impressive
Looks so epic! She was incredibly lucky not to get shot while she was climbing outside.
Once again. Capcom makes a pretty game. Yet in he end they still have the whole Ingrish deal. I mean they are getting better and yet it just turns me off to their games. If I wanted to play a pretty game. Do me the favor and don't hire voice actors and give me nothing but text to read.
Thank you Capcom.
This looks very promising. I would like to see more on how you change memories, as said by the game director.
This game looks like a really good, original game. Great graphics. Appears to be smooth gameplay. Good platforming. Looks good. I'll continue to watch this game.
Seems very interesting but I can't help but feel like it's an on-the-rails game where you can't actually fail and you're really just moving a movie forward. I mean, there she is hanging in plain sight and the guy can't land a single shot, ever. It just fails to build tension.
I'll keep an eye on this, always open to support new IPs, but being Capcom I'm also wary of on-disc DLC.
A really unique idea. An agent with a device that enables her to steal people's memories. I have high hopes for this title.
I wasn't sure about this game upon hearing about it but the video has peaked my interest I must admit
Looks alright so far. A little annoyed by the voice acting though.